Yacht charter in Majorca is a hugely popular choice for holiday makers looking for sun, relaxation and cultural inspiration. Stunning, mountainous landscapes make the island a joy to experience, in conjunction with a multitude of cultural activities.
Cave exploration for the more adventurous – often the highlight during a yacht charter in Majorca. These caves are found nearby the eastern coastal town of Porto Cristo, which offers excellent docking facilities.
The sharp, steep cliffs of the island’s bay as well as the inland serras (mountain ranges) make up the spectacular landscape. No yacht charter in Majorca is complete without a quick hike into the Serra de Tramuntana, classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its physical and cultural significance. You may not reach the 1,500m peak of Puig Major but just a few hours marveling at this natural wonder will surely make a yacht charter in Majorca an unforgettable experience.
The island’s lively coastal towns cater for all your rest and relaxation needs. First class accommodation and restaurants with Mediterranean cuisine to die for, as well as a lively bar scene gives you the opportunity to spoil yourself with life’s luxuries. Famous for its arroz brut (a Mallorcan twist on paella), olives and almonds, grown on the island, as well as its thirst-quenching sangria, you will have no issues in feeling refreshed and satisfied during your Majorca yacht charter!
Any yacht charter in Majorca is incomplete without a day exploring Palma, the island’s bustling capital. In particular, check out the cathedral (La Seu), due to its architectural opulence. Moreover, a yacht charter holiday in Majorca will give you the opportunity to delve into the island’s less frequented bays and coves, whilst giving you the perfect platform to proceed with your Mediterranean voyage.